We're hard at work finally, putting the new site look up, and making sure all the content is fresh and newly updated. Please bear with us over the next week or two if you find something missing or a broken link or two. We are working hard to get caught up so if something doesn't work right today, please check back tomorrow!
If you're looking around for a few of the sections we had before, I'm sorry to say that some of them are just plain gone. I decided it was time to narrow the focus of the site a bit to make sure we can really do a good job of covering the things we kept around. We were getting a little thin before, trying to offer something for everyone. We've got a new sitemap here though, so you can see all the sections.
People are often completely polarized on the question of whether a boat should move using the wind as the primary means of propulsion or an engine. We're sitting right on the fence on this one. We love sailing as much as we love power boating. But since you're here, we'll assume your also at least partially in the "powerboat" camp.
Even if you prefer to sail, there's still plenty of useful information that can be gathered up by hanging around powerboaters.
Since we're based in a part of the country where Winter sets in for a good long time, we have to admit that sometimes, when Spring rolls around, we're a bit rusty at the basics of boat-handling. With that in mind, we gathered up a collection of our favorite books that are geared towards making you a better seaman. Even if you've got a long history of successful boating behind you, it never hurts to pick up a new skill here or there.
Some of the biggest adventures and disasters have taken place on the lakes and oceans of the world. Sometimes, there's a lesson to be learned by reading about what happened, other times, it's just an amazing story. Here's our collection of some epic stories about those who tested themselves against some of the tough conditions that nature can dish up from time to time.